Shan State Chief Minister visits Shan Yoma livestock zone, Htonpo agricultural research farm

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Chief Minister of Shan State Government Dr Kyaw Tun and party visited Shan Yoma livestock zone in Ayethaya and agricultural research farm in Htonpo of Taunggyi Township yesterday.
At Shan Yoma livestock zone, the director of Shan State Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department presented reports on the breeding of layers in battery cage system, operation of 182 poultry farms by 84 farmers, production of some 633,000 eggs per day and sending of chicken and eggs from the zone to Shan State (East), Kayah and Mon states, Nay Pyi Taw, Sagaing, Mandalay, Bago, Yangon and Ayeyawady regions.
The Chief Minister and party also viewed the maize dryer and SKF swine GGP farm in the zone.
They also visited Htonpo agricultural research farm where the research officer explained applying the tissue culture system for conducting research to expose the quality vegetables and flowery plants with the resilience of climate change, solving the agricultural problems of local farmers and distribution of new species of crops to farmers.
The Chief Minister and party viewed the production of tissue banana saplings, marketable anthurium, strawberry and potato plants on the farm. — Maung Maung Than (Taunggyi)/GNLM

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